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Honesty vs. Oversharing: When To Draw The Line

Honesty vs. Oversharing

Honesty vs. oversharing: do you know where to draw the line? That’s the question that’s being addressed by today’s guest poster, Lucy Wyndham. For those of you who are new to Flourishing Freelancer, Lucy is a freelance writer who wrote a great post for us at the end of last year entitled 8 Ways to Make […]

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Simple SEO Tips to Help Your Blog Grow

SEO is a huge part of creating a successful (and profitable) blog. For a lot of people, SEO is pretty mysterious and, for the most part, completely overwhelming. As a blogger, you’ve probably heard the term SEO being used a lot. But what does it actually mean? SEO stands for Search Engine Optimisation. Which, according […]

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5 Resolutions Every Blogger Should Make for 2017

As a new year approaches, we’re all thinking about setting resolutions. You know, those goals you set for yourself that you give up on after 3 or 4 days. Next year I’ll be giving myself two sets of resolutions; one personal and one for my business. For me, it’s important to separate the two out. […]

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The Perfect Blog Post – Publishing and Promoting

Welcome to the final post in my Curating the Perfect Blog Post mini-series. Today’s post is Publishing and Promoting. So now that you have your perfect blog post, it’s time to share it with the world. That’s fairly straightforward, right? Well, yes and no. Sure, it’s easy to hit publish but if you want people to click […]

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Creating a “Must Have” Lead Magnet

If you want readers to sign up to your email list, you need a lead magnet. Most posts you will read about creating email lists and using email marketing will tell you that you need a lead magnet. In this post I’ll be explaining how you go about creating a “must have” lead magnet that […]

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Building an Email List – The Whys and Hows

You’ve probably read a lot about creating an email list. And when I say a lot, I mean a LOT! Personally, I’ve found most information out there about email marketing and email lists to be contradictory and confusing, especially for bloggers. Because of this, I’ve decided to do a series of posts about email lists and marketing. […]

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How to Blog Efficiently – Part Two

Want to blog efficiently? As I mentioned yesterday, there were two main questions I received from you guys about becoming more efficient: How do I spend less time writing? How do I spend less time on photos? In Part One, I explained how you could identify your weakest points in blogging. Today, I’ll explain how […]

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How to Blog Efficiently – Part One

When I wrote my Tips for New Bloggers post, I invited you to let me know if you’d like advice on anything else. I had a couple of questions which essentially boiled down to “how do you blog efficiently?” Blogging efficiently is just something that I’ve learnt through trial and error…a lot of errors actually. I […]

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10 Tips for New Bloggers

There are lots of articles containing tips for new bloggers out there. Are you confused by all of those articles? Let me help. I’ve been blogging for almost four years now. I started my blog on Blogspot, before moving over to WordPress just over two years ago. On the day I launched this blog, I got 371 […]

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How to Increase Your Productivity by Batching

I’m not even sure if “batching” is the technical term but whatever it’s called, it definitely increases productivity. I’m fairly confident I’ve read other blog posts that refer to batching as a thing so we’ll go with that word. I am usually good when it comes to batching but things are pretty busy for me […]

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How to be an Organised Blogger

Being an organised blogger means that you will be a more productive and efficient blogger too. Woooo! Being organised is however, a lot easier said than done. And, if you’re like me, when you do eventually get yourself organised, it lasts a couple of days before things start to slip again. So the trick is to […]

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